Dr. Sulman Ahmed - General & Hepatobiliary Surgeon (Chair)

1998 MBBS (University of Sydney)
2007 FRACS (Royal Australasian College of Surgeons)
2010 Masters in Surgery (Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery)

Courses Attended:
Fellowship training in hepatobiliary surgery – ANZHPBA.
Officer training – Royal Australian Army corps. Rank Of Captain.
Trainer Course for surgical trainees (RACS-2009).

Cricket – avid cricket fan – SCG member.
Listening to audiobooks /podcasts – big listener of the Howie Games and Norman Swan (Health report).

Sulman was raised in Sydney and attended Trinity Grammar School (1980-1991). He completed his HSC in 1991. Sulman then went on to complete his medical studies at the University of Sydney graduating in 1998. Sulman then completed his general surgical fellowship in 2007. He has then undertaken three years of further sub-specialty training in hepatobiliary surgery.

Dr. Ahmed is married with five children. He is involved with school sports and the Turramurra United Soccer Club.